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SBL Cocculus Indica 30 CH (30ml)-200 CH

Dosage and rules while taking Cocculus Indicus

  • Take 5 drops in half a cup of water three times a day.
  • You can also medicate the globules and take them 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician.
  • We recommend you take it under the physician's guidance.

Description


Also known as

Cocculus Ind

Cocculus Indicus(Dilution)

A tincture is prepared from the powdered seeds

Common Name:  Cocculus,  Indian Cockle 

Causes & Symptoms for Cocculus Indicus

  • Cocculus slows down all the activities of the body and mind, producing a sort of weakness.
  • Cocculus is useful for people who worn out by anxiety, worry and loss of sleep,  sensitive to suffering, sensitive to pain.
  • The complaints from nursing, vexation, anxiety and prolonged loss of sleep in people who take care of the unwell at home.
  • Incoordination runs through this remedy, faint feeling which is followed sometimes by loss of consciousness
  • Spasms through the body like electric shocks, convulsions after the loss of sleep.
  • A decoction of Cocculus is a domestic remedy used locally for destroying head-or body-lice.

Mind and Head

  • It is suitable to exhaust; unable to sustain any mental or physical efforts people.
  • Cocculus relieves congestive headaches, sick headache, nausea, vertigo, tired feeling.
  • Disposition to take everything in bad part and to be angry.
  • Vertigo; on rising in the bed, with an inclination to vomit indicates Cocculus.
  • Convulsive trembling of the head, caused by weakness of the muscles of the neck.

Eyes, ear, nose

  • Convulsive rolling of the balls of the eyes during the spasms with difficulty in opening the eyelids at night.
  • sensation as if the ears were stopped and Swelling of the parotids indicates Cocculus.
  • Cocculus relieves Coryza, with ulcerated nostrils, swelling of the nose.
  • Swelling and induration of the submaxillary glands.

Mouth and Throat

  • Cocculus relieves dryness of the throat. Burning pain in the oesophagus, and the throat.
  • Quivering and twitching of the muscles of the face, numbness of the face, indicates Cocculus.

Stomach and abdomen

  • The desire for cold drinks, and especially for beer.
  • Attacks of nausea, dizziness, nausea and vomiting indicate Cocculus.
  • Violent cramp-like pains, squeezing, as if from a claw and cramps in the stomach.
  • Contractive pinchings in the upper part of the abdomen, flatulent, cramp-like colic, is relieved with Cocculus.
  • The flatus is passed without relief, enlargement of the liver after parturition, sour, nauseous taste in the mouth
  • The thought of food or the smell of food in the other room, or the kitchen, will nauseate the patient in Cocculus.
  • Violent attacks of gastralgia, the violent cramp of the stomach. Griping, pinching, constrictive pain. 
  • Colicky pains in the bowels; great distension of the abdomen is relieved with Cocculus.

Stool and Anus

  • Tearing, cutting, spasmodic pains in the bowels, Violent, cramping pains in the bowels, Urging to stool and burning in the rectum is relieved with Cocculus.
  • Contractive pain in the rectum, preventing sitting.

Urinary complaints

  • Frequent desire to urinate, with small discharges.

Male complaints

  • Pulling pains as from a bruise in the testes, on their being touched, the excitability of the genital parts, with desire for coition.

Female complaints

  • Menses too soon; last too long but the flow is too less, Cramps in the uterus.

Neck and Back

  • Weakness of neck muscles with the heaviness of head indicates Cocculus.

Extremities

  • Burning sensation in the feet. Tingling of hands.
  • Many symptoms are worse evening and night, especially about midnight
  • Hands tremble when taking hold of anything, cold causes tearing in limbs is an indication of Cocculus.
  • The awkwardness of the fingers and hands. Numbness of the soles of the feet, hot and arthritic swelling of the hands.

Skin

  • Red pimples, like grains of millet, with itching at a warm temperature, are relieved with this remedy.
  • Ulcers are very sensitive to contact. Great itching, especially in the evening.

Generalities

  • Nervousness and excitement, anxiety and loss of sleep until convulsions is the cause of complaints.
  • Rigidity, Stiffness of the joints is a common feature in Cocculus,  tired body and mind.
  • Aggravated by talking, by motion, by the motion of the eyes, by riding is relieved with this remedy.
  • Numbness of the lower extremities, in the fingers, in the shoulder, of the side of the face.
  • Engorgement and induration of the glands.
  • Cramps and convulsions of the limbs, and the whole body

Side effects of Cocculus Indicus

  • There are no such side effects. But every medicine should be taken following the rules as given. 
  • It is safe to take the medicine even if you are on other modes of medication like allopathy medicines, ayurvedic etc. 
  • Homoeopathic medicines never interfere with the action of other medicines.

Precautions while taking Cocculus Indicus

  • Always keep a gap of 15 minutes before or after meals when you take medicine.
  • If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a homoeopathic practitioner before use. 
  • Avoid eating tobacco or drinking alcohol during the course of medication. 

Terms and Conditions

We have assumed that you have consulted a physician before purchasing this medicine and are not self-medicating. Homoeopathic medicines have several uses and are prescribed based on symptom similarity.

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